David Alan Black <dblack / candle.superlink.net> writes:

> Also it feels to me that the idea of a Boolean empty? test for nil
> implies that there's the logical possibility of nil not being empty.
> In other words, emptiness might be too rich a characteristic for nil
> to have, or something like that.

And of course the existing Nil#nil? test is useful for those quantum
computers we're been hearing about... :)


Cheers


Dave